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    2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Starting off with the UCHC, courtesy of their website:


    UCHC WOMEN’S AWARDS 2020
    Player of the Year: Emma Crocker, Elmira College
    Rookie of the Year: Julianna Gong, William Smith College
    Defensive Player of the Year: Jillian Moffatt, Lebanon Valley College
    Goaltender of the Year: Jillian Moffatt, Lebanon Valley College
    Coach of the Year: David Turco, Manhattanville College

    First Team All-UCHC
    Forward: Emma Crocker, Elmira College
    Forward: Tianna Lopes, Manhattanville College
    Forward: Gina Scibetta, William Smith College
    Defense: Kiana Melvin, Elmira College
    Defense: Zoey Pellowitz, Manhattanville College
    Goaltender: Jillian Moffatt, Lebanon Valley College

    Second Team All-UCHC
    Forward: Katelyn Brown, Neumann University
    Forward: Abbey Luth, Nazareth College
    Forward: Eliza Beaudin, Elmira College
    Defense: Olivia Gilida, Alvernia University
    Defense: Keeley Rose, Nazareth College
    Goaltender: Elizabeth Hanson, Elmira College

    UCHC All-Rookie Team
    Forward: Julianna Gong, William Smith College
    Forward: Karly Aguirre, Stevenson University
    Forward: Carolyn Whitney, Utica College
    Defense: Olivia Gilida, Alvernia University
    Defense: Jordan Holt, Elmira College

    Crocker will join the other conference POTYs as Laura Hurd finalists and will likely be named an Eastern All-American at the banquet.

    I was surprised to see Nazareth not have any players on the first-team All-UCHC. Glad to see Moffatt honored for her record-shattering career though.
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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Second is the final CHC yearly honors, as the conference will fold into the multi-sport CCC next year.

    Player of the Year: Jade Meier, Forward - Endicott College
    Goalie of the Year: Alyssa Peterson, Goalie - Endicott College
    Rookie of the Year: Katie Puumala, Becker College
    Coach of the Year: Andy McPhee - Endicott College

    FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
    Forward Jade Meier, Endicott College
    Forward Jillian Gibbs, Endicott College
    Forward Jessie Scott, University of New England
    Defense Madison Huber, Endicott College
    Defense Shannon Nadeau, University of New England
    Goaltender Alyssa Peterson, Endicott College

    SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
    Forward* Michaela McNamara, Endicott College
    Forward* Courtney Sullivan, Endicott College
    Forward* McKenna Gernander, Nichols College
    Forward* Kyra Yu, University of New England
    Defense Lauren Ferraiuolo, Endicott College
    Defense Amanda Fantasia, Salve Regina University
    Goaltender Julia Benjamin, University of New England

    ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
    Forward Katie Puumala, Becker College
    Forward Cassidhe Wozniak, Becker College
    Forward Kaylee Liberty, Endicott College
    Defense* Madison Hentosh, Endicott College
    Defense* Maddie Cox, Salve Regina University
    Defense* Avery Lutrzykowski, University of New England
    Goaltender Madelyn Morgan, Becker College

    *indicates additional position added due to a tie in voting
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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    And the NCHA also released their honors:

    Player of the Year: Kelly O’Sullivan, Defender - Adrian College
    Freshman of the Year: Une Bjelland, Forward - Adrian College
    Coach of the Year: Shawn Skelly, Adrian College

    NCHA All-Conference Team
    Forward: Rachel Anderson, College of St. Scholastica
    Forward: Brianna Buchanan, Adrian College
    Forward: Nicole Guagliardo, Adrian College
    Forward: Eve Parker, St. Norbert College
    Forward: Sydney Simone, Lake Forest College
    Forward: Jessica VonRuden, Adrian College
    Defense: Rylee Bates, Adrian College
    Defense: Greta Nundahl, College of St. Scholastica
    Defense: Kelly O’Sullivan, Adrian College
    Defense: Jordan Trapp, Lake Forest College
    Goalie: Denisa Jandova, Adrian College
    Goalie: Chiara Pfosi, Aurora University
    Goalie: Breanna Thomson, Concordia University Wisconsin
    -Additional goalie due to tie in voting

    NCHA All-Freshman Team
    Forward: Une Bjelland, Adrian College
    Forward: Lauryn Hull, College of St. Scholastica
    Forward: Eve Parker, St. Norbert College
    Defense: Lauren Arnholt, St. Norbert College
    Defense: Mak Cooke, Aurora University
    Defense: Karya Dean, Lake Forest College
    Goalie: Annalina Van Hercke, Concordia University
    -Additional defense due to tie in voting

    O'Sullivan is a great POTY choice. She's a great defender and now stands a chance to be the second blue-liner to win the Laura Hurd Award in addition to likely winning her fourth First Team All-American award. I'm not sure how many players have been First Team All-American all four seasons of their career.

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    The NESCAC Awards are out:

    Player of the Year: Madie Leidt, Forward - Middlebury
    Rookie of the Year: Jillian Mazzocca, Forward - Amherst
    Coach of the Year: Holley Tyng, Colby

    First Team All-NESCAC
    Forward: Madie Leidt - Middlebury
    Forward: Meghan Halloran - Williams
    Forward: Jenna Letterie - Middlebury
    Defense: Michaela Giuttari - Hamilton
    Defense: Eva Hendrikson - Middlebury
    Goalie: Caitlin Walker - Amherst

    Second Team All-NESCAC
    Forward: Erin Dillon - Connecticut College
    Forward: Tess Dupre - Colby
    Forward: Missy Segall - Hamilton
    Defense: Nell Fusco - Bowdoin
    Defense: Delaney Szlezyngier - Williams
    G: Lin Han - Middlebury

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    The NEHC Awards are:

    Player of the Year: Amanda Conway, Forward - Norwich
    Rookie of the Year: Ann-Frederique Guay, Forward - Norwich
    Goalie of the Year: Caty Flagg, UMass-Boston
    Coach of the Year: Mike Venezia, Castleton

    FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
    Forward: Katie Leffler, University of Massachusetts Boston
    Forward: Amanda Conway, Norwich University
    Forward: Sophie McGovern, Norwich University
    Defense: Adelaide Budington, University of Massachusetts Boston
    Defense: Samantha Benoit, Norwich University
    Goaltender: Caty Flagg, University of Massachusetts Boston

    SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
    Forward: Courtney Gauthier, Castleton University
    Forward: Hannah Tracy, Johnson & Wales University
    Forward: Maddy Burton, Suffolk University
    Defense: Morgan Tefft, Norwich University
    Defense: Sydney Linnick, Plymouth State University
    Goaltender: Alexis Kalm, Castleton University

    THIRD TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
    Forward: Alexis Fagan, Plymouth State University
    Forward: Caitlin Connor, Plymouth State University
    Forward: Shana Cote, Suffolk University
    Defense: Casey Traill, Castleton University
    Defense: Kayla Goleniak, Norwich University
    Goaltender: Alexa Berg, Norwich University

    ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
    Forward: Koryn Russell, Johnson & Wales University
    Forward: Ann-Frederique Guay, Norwich University
    Forward: Ingrid Holstad-Berge, Norwich University
    Defense: Adelaide Budington, University of Massachusetts Boston
    Defense: Molly Flanagan, Norwich University
    Goaltender: Julia McLellan, Suffolk University

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    WIAC Awards announced today (from the WIAC website):

    MADISON, Wis.--University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s Erin Connolly was tabbed the Player of the Year to lead the individuals chosen to the 2020 All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Women’s Ice Hockey Team by the league coaches. In addition, UW-River Falls’ Brooke Walters received Newcomer of the Year recognition and UW-Eau Claire’s Erik Strand Coach of the Year honors.

    Connolly secured first team honors for the fourth consecutive season and is the second Blugold to receive Player of the Year designation, joining Courtney Wittig (2019). She is the first four-time All-WIAC first team selection in program history. Connolly leads the conference with a 0.91 goals-against-average, 20 victories, nine shutouts and .950 save percentage, while ranking fourth with 414 saves. Her 20 wins are a program single-season record.

    Walters recorded eight goals and seven assists for 15 points. A Newcomer of the Year is defined as a student-athlete who used her first season of participation in women’s ice hockey this season.

    Repeat selections on the first team from a season ago included: UW-Eau Claire’s Elizabeth Bauer; UW-River Falls’ Abigail Stow; UW-Stevens Point’s Alex Grubbs; and UW-Superior’s Kaleigh Martinson. Bauer and Martinson were also first team choices in 2018, while UW-River Falls’ Hailey Herdine was a first team pick in 2017.

    Strand was selected the Coach of the Year for the second time in his career (2016) after leading the Blugolds to their first-ever WIAC regular-season championship. The 22 victories this season are a program record – surpassing the previous mark of 21 set a year ago. UW-Eau Claire also compiled a program-best 13-game unbeaten streak from Dec. 13, 2019 – Feb. 21, 2020.

    An All-Sportsmanship Team was chosen for individuals that displayed exemplary sportsmanship throughout the season. It included one member from each school.

    2020 All-WIAC Women’s Ice Hockey Team
    Name, School, Year, Position, Hometown (Previous Team)
    Elizabeth Bauer, Eau Claire, Senior, Forward, Wausau, Wis. (Central Wisconsin)
    Jenna Byfuglien, Superior, Sophomore, Defenseman, Roseau, Minn. (Roseau HS)
    Erin Connolly, Eau Claire, Senior, Goalie, Mequon, Wis. (Lakeshore HS)
    Alex Grubbs, Stevens Point, Senior, Forward, Minong, Wis. (Spooner HS)
    Hailey Herdine, River Falls, Senior, Defenseman, Maple Grove, Minn. (Maple Grove HS)
    Ella Ierino, Eau Claire, Sophomore, Defenseman, Duluth, Minn. (Duluth HS)
    Kaleigh Martinson, Superior, Senior, Forward, Dayton, Minn. (Champlin Park HS)
    Emma Peterson, Eau Claire, Junior, Forward, Superior, Wis. (Superior HS)
    Erica Schramel, River Falls, Senior, Defenseman, Princeton, Minn. (Princeton HS)
    Abigail Stow, River Falls, Sophomore, Forward, Eau Claire, Wis. (Memorial HS)
    Gabby Suhr, Northland, Junior, Goalie, Kasson, Minn. (Dodge County HS)
    Bella Wagner, River Falls, Senior, Forward, Zumbrota, Minn. (Zumbrota HS)

    Honorable Mention
    Amanda Abounader, Northland, Senior, Defenseman, Montreal, Quebec (Gilmour Academy)
    Emma Berthiaume, Stevens Point, Junior, Defenseman, South Haven, Minn. (Hutchinson HS)
    Callie Hoff, River Falls, Junior, Forward, Hermantown, Minn. (Proctor-Hermantown HS)
    Karadyn Kiviaho, Northland, Sophomore, Forward, Thunder Bay, Ontario (HTI)
    Sami Meister, Eau Claire, Senior, Defenseman, Plymouth, Minn. (Wayzata HS)
    Sami Miller, River Falls, Sophomore, Goalie, Blaine, Minn. (Spring Lake Park HS)
    Bree Osborne, Eau Claire, Junior, Defenseman, West St. Paul, Minn. (Cretin Derham Hall HS)
    Olivia Schultz, Stevens Point, Sophomore, Goalie, Maplewood, Minn. (Tartan HS)
    Amanda Sergent, Superior, Junior, Forward, Eagle River, Minn. (Northland Pines HS)
    Molly Shelton, Superior, Senior, Forward, Pine Island, Minn. (Pine Island HS)
    McKenzie Whalen, Superior, Sophomore, Goalie, East Grand Forks, Minn. (East Grand Forks HS)
    Hanna Zavoral, Eau Claire, Junior, Forward, St. Paul, Minn. (St. Paul HS)

    All-Sportsmanship Team
    Bridget Allex, Northland, Junior, Defenseman, Watford City, N.D. (Watford City HS)
    Emily Bauer, Eau Claire, Senior, Forward, Wausau, Wis. (Madison U16)
    C.C. Hayes, Superior, Sophomore, Forward, Fort Frances, Ontario (Fort Frances HS)
    Marit Larson, Stevens Point, Senior, Goalie, Oakdale, Minn. (North St. Paul HS)
    Julia Stelljes, River Falls, Senior, Defenseman, Maple Grove, Minn. (Benilde-St. Margaret’s HS)

    Player of the Year: Erin Connolly of Eau Claire
    Newcomer of the Year: Brooke Walters of River Falls
    Coach of the Year: Erik Strand of Eau Claire
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post

    O'Sullivan is a great POTY choice. She's a great defender and now stands a chance to be the second blue-liner to win the Laura Hurd Award in addition to likely winning her fourth First Team All-American award. I'm not sure how many players have been First Team All-American all four seasons of their career.
    Laura Hurd was. Not sure after that.

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    Laura Hurd was. Not sure after that.
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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    NEWHL player awards are out:

    Player of the Year: Annie Katonka, Forward - Plattsburgh
    Rookie of the Year: Megan Teachout, Forward - Oswego
    Goalie of the Year: Ashley Davis, Goalie - Plattsburgh

    NEWHL All-Conference First Team
    F Annie Katonka (Plattsburgh)
    F Grace Schnorr (Cortland)
    F Madison Devlin (Morrisville)
    F Sara Krauseneck (Plattsburgh)
    D Hannah Kiraly (Plattsburgh)
    D Erin McArdle (Plattsburgh)
    G Ashley Davis (Plattsburgh)

    NEWHL All-Conference Second Team
    F Mackenzie Lombardi (Morrisville)
    F Taylor Whitney (Plattsburgh)
    F Megan Teachout (Oswego)
    D Kate Randazzo (Oswego)
    D Delphine Léonard (Potsdam)
    G Rachael Farmer (Oswego)
    G Chelsea Allain (Cortland)

    NEWHL All-Rookie Team
    F Ivy Boric (Plattsburgh)
    F Dany Donegan (Cortland)
    F Alana McDonald (Morrisville)
    F Kaylee Merrill (Potsdam)
    F Megan Teachout (Oswego)
    D Kendall Wasik (Plattsburgh)

    MIAC is the only conference left.
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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    So far the finalists for the Laura Hurd will be:

    CHC: Jade Meier, Forward - Endicott
    NCHA: Kelly O’Sullivan, Defender - Adrian
    NEHC: Amanda Conway, Forward - Norwich
    NESCAC: Madie Leidt, Forward - Middlebury
    NEWHL: Annie Katonka, Forward - Plattsburgh
    WIAC: Erin Connolly, Goalie - UW-Eau Claire
    UCHC: Emma Crocker, Forward - Elmira

    Add in the MIAC winner who I think will be Garin or Simon from Hamline (unless GAC has a O'Sullivan/Kiraly type top defender I'm overlooking...I don't think it will go to a GAC goalie the way they shared the load).

    I think Conway or O'Sullivan are the favorites. And with Conway's body of work and the way she's 14 points beyond the next highest scoring forward I don't see how they deny her. Then again the AHCA bucked convention by awarding Bre Simon when they hadn't given the honor to junior in a decade so maybe they'll defy tradition again and give it to O'Sullivan.
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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    The AHCA announced they'll reveal the honors on March 26th. For COTY, they used being top four in the PWR in lieu of being a semifinalist in the NCAA tourney. This resulted in Bill Mandigo being named a finalist. For the Laura Hurd, every conference player of the year is nominated except the two players who shared the MIAC POTY honor (Bridget Wagner of Augsburg and Jordan Hansen of Hamline).

    Coach of the Year Finalists:
    Mike Carroll, Gustavus Adolphus, MIAC Coach of the Year
    Kevin Houle, Plattsburgh, NEWHL Coach of the Year and Top Four in Pairwise
    Bill Mandigo, Middlebury, Top Four in Pairwise
    Andy McPhee, Endicott, CHC Coach of the Year and Top Four in Pairwise
    Shawn Skelley, Adrian, NCHA Coach of the Year
    Erik Strand, UW-Eau Claire, WIAC Coach of the Year and Top Four in Pairwise
    David Turco, Manhattanville, UCHC Coach of ther Year
    Holley Tyng, Colby, NESCAC Coach of the Year
    Mike Venezia, Castleton State, NEHC Coach of the Year

    Houle is never a wrong choice for this but if they go with someone else I think Tyng with the way she's turned around Colby would be a good choice. She would be only the second woman to win the DIII COTY honor from the AHCA, too. Mandigo is also a good choice. Middlebury had a great season and he hasn't won the award in 15 years.

    Laura Hurd Award Finalists:

    Jade Meier, Forward - Endicott - CHC POTY
    Kelly O’Sullivan, Defender - Adrian - NCHA POTY
    Amanda Conway, Forward - Norwich - NEHC POTY
    Madie Leidt, Forward - Middlebury - NESCAC POTY
    Annie Katonka, Forward - Plattsburgh - NEWHL POTY
    Erin Connolly, Goalie - UW-Eau Claire - WIAC POTY
    Emma Crocker, Forward - Elmira - UCHC POTY

    Conway is the big favorite based on her outstanding season and career and she really does deserve it. The only reason I think O'Sullivan has a chance at the upset is that the AHCA voters have named her to the West All-American First Team all three seasons she's played in prior to this one. I'd be floored if it was someone outside of those two, to take nothing away from how great the other 5 players are.

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    The AHCA announced they'll reveal the honors on March 26th. For the Laura Hurd, every conference player of the year is nominated except the two players who shared the MIAC POTY honor (Bridget Wagner of Augsburg and Jordan Hansen of Hamline).

    Laura Hurd Award Finalists:

    Jade Meier, Forward - Endicott - CHC POTY
    Kelly O’Sullivan, Defender - Adrian - NCHA POTY
    Amanda Conway, Forward - Norwich - NEHC POTY
    Madie Leidt, Forward - Middlebury - NESCAC POTY
    Annie Katonka, Forward - Plattsburgh - NEWHL POTY
    Erin Connolly, Goalie - UW-Eau Claire - WIAC POTY
    Emma Crocker, Forward - Elmira - UCHC POTY
    So because the MIAC had co-winners they get no one on the finalist list? Has this ever been the case before? Or, does the conference that had the previous year winner not get a nominee the next season? This seems very crappy to me, what is the harm of putting these two women on the list to recognize their achievement? Instead they leave them off to what end? The MIAC doesn't matter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4and20 View Post
    So because the MIAC had co-winners they get no one on the finalist list? Has this ever been the case before? Or, does the conference that had the previous year winner not get a nominee the next season? This seems very crappy to me, what is the harm of putting these two women on the list to recognize their achievement? Instead they leave them off to what end? The MIAC doesn't matter?
    I believe Plattsburgh has had a finalist nominated every year since at least 2013 and had back to back award winners in 2013 and 2014 (Gove and Aveson), so your theory about not nominating the conference of the previous winner doesn't pan out.

    Seems to be the second year in a row the AHCA voters has seemingly taken issue with the MIAC POTY. Last year they nominated and awarded (deservedly) Bre Simon who was passed over for Torpy at St. Thomas. And now they choose not to even make either POTY a finalist.

    I wonder if they're trying to make a statement to conferences that they need to nominate the best player that season, regardless of class year. At least on paper, no one stands out this season from the MIAC except Garin and 2019 award-winner Simon. It would have been even more eyebrow-raising if they left off the two MIAC POTYs and nominated one of those two.

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    Coach of the Year Finalists:
    Mike Carroll, Gustavus Adolphus, MIAC Coach of the Year
    Kevin Houle, Plattsburgh, NEWHL Coach of the Year and Top Four in Pairwise
    Bill Mandigo, Middlebury, Top Four in Pairwise
    Andy McPhee, Endicott, CHC Coach of the Year and Top Four in Pairwise
    Shawn Skelley, Adrian, NCHA Coach of the Year
    Erik Strand, UW-Eau Claire, WIAC Coach of the Year and Top Four in Pairwise
    David Turco, Manhattanville, UCHC Coach of ther Year
    Holley Tyng, Colby, NESCAC Coach of the Year
    Mike Venezia, Castleton State, NEHC Coach of the Year
    I am by no means a Mike Carroll fan, he has little in the way of sportsmanship, he never stops whining to the officials - but - what he did with Gustavus is nothing short of amazing.

    They lost a TON in the previous two years, they played a lot of freshmen, and he locked down almost every team in the MIAC. The award would do nothing to lessen his self-worth, but he deserves major credit and maybe this award.

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Any idea on what time it gets announced tomorrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3WomensHockey View Post
    Any idea on what time it gets announced tomorrow?
    10:00 am Central. Already announced. Plattsburgh got COTY. Conway POTY.


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    2019-20 CCM/AHCA Women's Division III All-Americans Announced

    https://ahcahockey.com/news/1920/0326w3aa.php

    Congrats to all!

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Kevin Houle wins his seventh AHCA DIII Coach of the Year Award and Amanda Conway becomes the second Norwich Cadet to win the Laura Hurd (other was Julie Fortier in 2012).

    First Team East All-Americans:
    F-Annie Katonka-JR-Plattsburgh (2nd straight First Team honor)
    F-Emma Crocker-JR-Elimira
    F-Amanda Conway-SR-Norwich (3rd straight First Team honor)
    D-Michaela Giuttari-SR-Hamilton
    D-Samantha Benoit-JR-Norwich (2nd straight First Team honor)
    G-Caitlin Walker-SO-Amherst

    First Team West
    F-Abigail Stow-SO-UW-River Falls
    F-Bre Simon-SR-Hamline (3rd straight First Team honor)
    F-Kaleigh Martinson-SR-UW-Superior
    D-Kelly O'Sullivan-SR-Adrian (4th straight First Team honor)
    D-Hailey Herdine-UW-River Falls
    G-Erin Connolly-UW-Eau Claire

    Second Team East:
    F-Jade Meier-SR-Endicott
    F-Sophie McGovern-SR-Norwich
    F-Madie Leidt-JR-Middlebury
    D-Hannah Kiraly-SR-Plattsburgh (First team honoree past two seasons)
    D-Erin McArdle-JR-Plattsburgh
    G-Alyssa Peterson-SR-Endicott

    Second Team West:
    F-Molly Garin-SO-Hamline
    F-Nicole Guagliardo-SR-Adrian
    F-Jordan Hansen-JR-Hamline
    D-Elizabeth Bauer-SR-UW-Eau Claire
    D- Nikki Nightengale-SR-Augsburg
    G-Janisa Jandova-SO-Adrian

    Congrats to all!

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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    Kevin Houle wins his seventh AHCA DIII Coach of the Year Award and Amanda Conway becomes the second Norwich Cadet to win the Laura Hurd (other was Julie Fortier in 2012).

    First Team East All-Americans:
    F-Annie Katonka-JR-Plattsburgh (2nd straight First Team honor)
    F-Emma Crocker-JR-Elimira
    F-Amanda Conway-SR-Norwich (3rd straight First Team honor)
    D-Michaela Giuttari-SR-Hamilton
    D-Samantha Benoit-JR-Norwich (2nd straight First Team honor)
    G-Caitlin Walker-SO-Amherst

    First Team West
    F-Abigail Stow-SO-UW-River Falls
    F-Bre Simon-SR-Hamline (3rd straight First Team honor)
    F-Kaleigh Martinson-SR-UW-Superior
    D-Kelly O'Sullivan-SR-Adrian (4th straight First Team honor)
    D-Hailey Herdine-UW-River Falls
    G-Erin Connolly-UW-Eau Claire

    Second Team East:
    F-Jade Meier-SR-Endicott
    F-Sophie McGovern-SR-Norwich
    F-Madie Leidt-JR-Middlebury
    D-Hannah Kiraly-SR-Plattsburgh (First team honoree past two seasons)
    D-Erin McArdle-JR-Plattsburgh
    G-Alyssa Peterson-SR-Endicott

    Second Team West:
    F-Molly Garin-SO-Hamline
    F-Nicole Guagliardo-SR-Adrian
    F-Jordan Hansen-JR-Hamline
    D-Elizabeth Bauer-SR-UW-Eau Claire
    D- Nikki Nightengale-SR-Augsburg
    G-Janisa Jandova-SO-Adrian

    Congrats to all!
    Erin Connolly, goaltender for UW Eau Claire was the runner-up for the Laura Hurd. Thought it would be O’Sullivan from Adrian, four-time All-American.


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    Re: 2020 DIII Award Season: Conference Awards, All-Americans, Laura Hurd and More

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirlCanPlay View Post
    Erin Connolly, goaltender for UW Eau Claire was the runner-up for the Laura Hurd. Thought it would be O’Sullivan from Adrian, four-time All-American.


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    I didn't know they announced a runner-up to the award...
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